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Poster: Arensky Date: Jun 3, 2007 3:08am
Forum: stock_footage Subject: Re: A Copyright Question

The words "classic" and "masterpiece" are reflections in the eye of the beholder. If purism dictated the selection of images and clips included in documentaries and other films, there would be few such movies made. There would be no art history documentaries like the excellent "Michelangelo" or popular films like "That's Entertainment" or "The Golden Age Of Comedy". Ken Burns would be out of business along with The Discovery Channel, PBS, the BBC, The History Channel, and The Learning Channel.

However, in the interest of harmony, I will no longer post anything else like the Henry VIII clip nor excepts and clips from any other movies -- only my own stuff.

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